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articleTsunoi, Takeru; Noju, Koki; Eto, Takeshi; Suzuki, HitoshiA 1-bp deletion in Mc1r in a Norway rat (Rattus norvegicus) from Sado Island, Japan gives rise to a yellowish color variant: an insight into mammalian MC1R variants-Genes & Genetic Systems-Apr-2021
articleKodama, Sayaka; Nunome, Mitsuo; Moriwaki, Kazuo; Suzuki, HitoshiAncient onset of geographical divergence, interpopulation genetic exchange, and natural selection on the Mc1r coat-colour gene in the house mouse (Mus musculus)-Biological journal of the linnean society-14-Apr-2015
article (author version)Kinoshita, Gohta; Sato, Jun J.; Meschersky, Ilya G.; Pishchulina, Sofiko L.; Simakin, Leonid V.; Rozhnov, Vyacheslav V.; Malyarchuk, Boris A.; Derenko, Miroslava V.; Denisova, Galina A.; Frisman, Lyubov V.; Kryukov, Alexey P.; Hosoda, Tetsuji; Suzuki, HitoshiColonization history of the sable Martes zibellina (Mammalia, Carnivora) on the marginal peninsula and islands of northeastern Eurasia-Journal of mammalogy-Feb-2015
articleSuzuki, Yutaro; Tomozawa, Morihiko; Koizumi, Yuki; Tsuchiya, Kimiyuki; Suzuki, HitoshiEstimating the molecular evolutionary rates of mitochondrial genes referring to Quaternary ice age events with inferred population expansions and dispersals in Japanese Apodemus-BMC evolutionary biology-16-Sep-2015
articleHanazaki, Kaori; Tomozawa, Morihiko; Suzuki, Yutaro; Kinoshita, Gohta; Yamamoto, Masanobu; Irino, Tomohisa; Suzuki, HitoshiEstimation of Evolutionary Rates of Mitochondrial DNA in Two Japanese Wood Mouse Species Based on Calibrations with Quaternary Environmental Changes-Zoological science-Jun-2017
article (author version)Sato, Jun J.; Wolsan, Mieczysław; Suzuki, Hitoshi; Hosoda, Tetsuji; Yamaguchi, Yasunori; Hiyama, Kozue; Kobayashi, Mari; Minami, ShinjiEvidence from nuclear DNA sequences sheds light on the phylogenetic relationships of pinnipedia: Single origin with affinity to musteloidea-Zoological Science-Feb-2006
articleShinohara, Akio; Suzuki, Hitoshi; Tsuchiya, Kimiyuki; Zhang, Ya-Ping; Luo, Jing; Jiang, Xue-Long; Wang, Ying-Xiang; Campbell, Kevin L.Evolution and biogeography of talpid moles from continental East Asia and the Japanese islands inferred from mitochondrial and nuclear gene sequences.-ZOOLOGICAL SCIENCE-Dec-2004
article (author version)Sato, Jun J.; Wolsan, Mieczyslaw; Prevosti, Francisco J.; D'Elía, Guillermo; Begg, Colleen; Begg, Keith; Hosoda, Tetsuji; Campbell, Kevin L.; Suzuki, HitoshiEvolutionary and biogeographic history of weasel-like carnivorans (Musteloidea)-Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution-Jun-2012
article (author version)Suzuki, Hitoshi; Nunome, Mitsuo; Kinoshita, Gohta; Aplin, Ken P.; Vogel, Peter; Kryukov, Alexey P.; Jin, Mei-Lei; Han, Sang-Hoon; Maryanto, Ibnu; Tsuchiya, Kimiyuki; Ikeda, Hidetoshi; Shiroishi, Toshihiko; Yonekawa, Hiromichi; Moriwaki, KazuoEvolutionary and dispersal history of Eurasian house mice Mus musculus clarified by more extensive geographic sampling of mitochondrial DNA-Heredity-Nov-2013
article (author version)Isobe, Miyu; Nunome, Mitsuo; Katakura, Ken; Suzuki, HitoshiEvolutionary Dynamics of Copy Number and Meiotic Recombination in Murine 5S rDNA: Possible Involvement of Natural Selection-Journal of molecular evolution-12-Jun-2018
articleSuzuki, HitoshiEvolutionary History of the Subgenus Mus in Eurasia with Special Emphasis on the House Mouse Mus musculus-Records of The Australian Museum-25-Nov-2020
article (author version)Kuwayama, Takashi; Nunome, Mitsuo; Kinoshita, Gohta; Abe, Kuniya; Suzuki, HitoshiHeterogeneous genetic make-up of Japanese house mice (Mus musculus) created by multiple independent introductions and spatio-temporally diverse hybridization processes-Biological journal of the Linnean Society-Nov-2017
articleLi, Yue; Fujiwara, Kazumichi; Osada, Naoki; Kawai, Yosuke; Takada, Toyoyuki; Kryukov, Alexey P.; Abe, Kuniya; Yonekawa, Hiromichi; Shiroishi, Toshihiko; Moriwaki, Kazuo; Saitou, Naruya; Suzuki, HitoshiHouse mouse Mus musculus dispersal in East Eurasia inferred from 98 newly determined complete mitochondrial genome sequences-Heredity-Jan-2021
articleNakamoto, Azusa; Harada, Masashi; Mitsuhashi, Reiko; Tsuchiya, Kimiyuki; Kryukov, Alexey P.; Shinohara, Akio; Suzuki, HitoshiInfluence of Quaternary environmental changes on mole populations inferred from mitochondrial sequences and evolutionary rate estimation-Zoological Letters-15-Feb-2021
articleHonda, Asuka; Murakami, Shota; Harada, Masashi; Tsuchiya, Kimiyuki; Kinoshita, Gohta; Suzuki, HitoshiLate Pleistocene climate change and population dynamics of Japanese Myodes voles inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome b sequences-Journal of mammalogy-27-Jul-2019
articleTomozawa, Morihiko; Tomida, Hiroshi; Suzuki, Hitoshi; Tsuchiya, KimiyukiMitochondrial Phylogeography and Population History of the Large Japanese Wood Mouse (Apodemus speciosus) on Sado Island, Japan-Mammal Study-Jun-2010
article (author version)Suzuki, Hitoshi; Kinoshita, Gohta; Tsunoi, Takeru; Noju, Koki; Araki, KimiMouse Hair Significantly Lightened Through Replacement of the Cysteine Residue in the N-Terminal Domain of Mc1r Using the CRISPR/Cas9 System-Journal of Heredity-Oct-2020
articleAstuti, Dwi; Azuma, Noriko; Suzuki, Hitoshi; Higashi, SeigoPhylogenetic relationships within parrots (Psittacidae) inferred from mitochondrial cytochrome-b gene sequences-Zoological science-25-Feb-2006
article (author version)Terashima, Mie; Furusawa, Shunsuke; Hanzawa, Naoto; Tsuchiya, Kimiyuki; Suyanto, Agutinus; Moriwaki, Kazuo; Yonekawa, Hiromichi; Suzuki, HitoshiPhylogeographic origin of Hokkaido house mice (Mus musculus) as indicated by maternal, paternal and biparental inheritance molecules-Heredity-Feb-2006
articleYasuda, Shumpei P; Vogel, Peter; Tsuchiya, Kimiyuki; Han, Sang-Hoon; Lin, Liang-Kong; Suzuki, HitoshiPhylogeographic patterning of mtDNA in the widely distributed harvest mouse (Micromys minutus) suggests dramatic cycles of range contraction and expansion during the mid- to late Pleistocene-Canadian Journal of Zoology-Nov-2005
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